Figure 6. Fragmentation of the Golgi during mitosis.

Figure 6

Fragmentation of the Golgi during mitosis. Cells expressing a galactosyltransferase-GFP fusion to mark the Golgi were imaged over 120 minutes. The Golgi undergoes initial fragmentation into large puncta during prophase (36 min) followed by a second phase of fragmentation to give dispersed granular appearance (38 - 40 min). The Golgi is rebuilt during telophase and cytokinesis. Reprinted with permission from Zaal et al, Cell 99:589-601 with permission from Elsevier.

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